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RT published this video item, entitled “Hundreds of anti-govt protesters face off with Paris police” – below is their description.
Several hundred protesters stage anti-govt rally in #Paris leading to clashes with police. The protesters decried mandatory vaccination and health passports, and called for social and fiscal justice, among other demands.
Freedom over censorship, truth over narrative.
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